If you like to explore mysterious places, you are in for a treat. We have prepared an amazing list of mysterious places that you can visit right here in India.
Even if you don’t want to plan a trip, these amazing and weird places are worth discovering. This is because many of them hide secrets and mysteries that will surprise you.
Still not convinced? Besides being beautiful and mysterious, many of these places are also forbidden and sometimes dangerous. Prepare your curiosity and virtual courage for here are some of the most mysterious places in India – travel at your own risk.
Jatinga is a small tribal village located in Dima Hasao district, Assam, inhabited by the Khasipnar tribe and the Dimasa people. But a strange phenomenon in the area has drawn attention over the years. Every year, hundreds of birds fall from the sky during certain weeks of the year. This has been researched for years and has caught the attention of scientists and birdwatchers. It is a strange behavior of migratory birds and usually occurs during the months of September to November.
People also claim that it mostly happens on moonless nights between these weeks. Villagers hang lanterns on poles that attract birds. Many claim that migrating birds hover low and many of them are struck by long bamboo poles. Poets and ornithologists have spoken of it in various books. Scientists have still not been able to conclude why such a phenomenon occurs in Jatinga, while locals say it is the work of evil spirits.
Kongka La pass, Ladakh
Kongka La pass, located in the Himalayas and falls on the LAC believed to be inhabited by extraterrestrials. According to various reports, there is a fairly active base for UFO-related activities. Strangely, that’s where the information stops. But there is a question in everyone’s mind – why did the UFOs choose this place? The answer: for many decades, intense and unprecedented outbreaks and tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China.
The place is the disputed border between India and China where, in 1962, the two armies fought several battles, but later the two countries reached an agreement that no one will be allowed to patrol the area, but to monitor it from a distance. Numerous reports claim that many are aware of the high activity at this location and, have stated that this location is a hidden ufo base. Indeed, in 2006, this activity got Google Maps some strange photographs that created an even more confused audience. Locals and tourists claim to have seen UFOs in the area. The mystery remains and we won’t mind going back to when the base first came into existence.
Karni Mata Temple, Rajasthan
Karni Temple which locals say houses an incarnation of Goddess Durga in Rajasthan will keep you on the edge of your seat. The temple is the most requested tourist attraction in the state. The temple is houses 20,000 rats run smoothly. If you like weird things, this is the place to be. People who spot white mice in the temple are considered blessed by Karni Mata as they are believed to be the incarnations of Karni Mata and his sons.
Injuring or killing these rats even by mistake is considered a grave sin in the temple and when a mouse dies, it is believed that a golden mouse should be put in its place. According to reports, these rats, or kabbas as they are called here, are believed to be auspicious, are protected and revered, and, in fact, are more valuable than humans visiting the place.
The place is commonly referred to as Skeleton Lake. Situated at around 16,500 feet above sea level, surrounded by rock-strewn glaciers and snow-capped mountains, Uttarakhand lies in the Trishul massif. In 1942, when the harsh summer season began to melt the ice, a large number of human skeletal remains were first noticed by a British ranger.
Few believe the skeletons were those of Japanese soldiers who died crossing this road during World War II. But according to scientists, the remains were of pilgrims and locals as the bodies dated to around 850 AD.
Many believed that the skeletons discovered were of Zorawar Singh who was a military general of the Dogra Rajput ruler Gulab Singh of Kashmir including his men, who had been lost while returning from the Battle of Tibet in 1841 and died in the middle of the Himalayan region after being caught in bad weather. It is also suggested that it could be an epidemic or a suicide ritual practiced near the lake. There are many theories to explain the Roopkund Lake mystery, but people are still looking for answers.
Indian villages are famous for their crops, crops, literacy and cleanliness, but in this unique village in Kerala, there are human photocopies, literally. Yes, you read that right. There is a village Kodinhi in Malappuram district of Kerala, where the birth rate of twins is probably the highest in India with a number of triplets as well. This Muslim-majority village of Kodinhi, about 150 km from Kochi, Kerala, has a total population of 2,000, of whom more than 400 are twins. In such a situation, you will see many look-alike children, at school and at the nearby market of this village.
Worldwide, an average of four twins are born per 1,000 babies, and in India nine twins per 1,000 births. But in this mysterious village, 45 twins out of 1,000 babies were born. On average, it is the second in the world after Igbo-ora of Nigeria which is also called the “world capital of twins” where 145 out of 1,000 twins are born.
Not only in India, scholars all over the world are amazed by this village as there are more than 400 twins here. This place is believed to have received blessings from God because twins are seen in very few cases, where in this village so many twins are born together.
Abandoned since the 19th century, leaving behind a whole village of dilapidated houses and buildings, the city of Kuldhara stands in the heart of the Thar desert in Rajasthan. Considered haunted, Kuldhara wears a deserted gaze and he looks nothing like his former self. It was believed that the ruler of the region, known for his sinister practice of tax collection, took a keen interest in the daughter of the subjugated village chief and decided to marry without her consent, but to escape humiliation. the whole village of 1500 disappeared overnight.
We say the the villagers cursed the abandoned village so that anyone who tried to inhabit it would die. Even today, visiting the village is only something the brave would attempt and staying overnight is at their own risk.
Members of the Paranormal Society of Delhi stayed overnight and reported unnatural activities that continue to occur at this location such as unexplained moving shadows, footprints, noises and limb touching.
Balaji Temple at Chilkur, Hyderabad
Indians are obsessed with traveling abroad and there are dozens of people waiting to get their hands on a visa. Indians being Indians, resorted to heavenly intervention to secure their precious visas to their dream destination at Balaji Temple, Chilkur, on the outskirts of Hyderabad. One thinks that Lord Venkateshwara bless all who need visas.
If you want to fulfill your wish to go abroad, you have to follow certain rituals like you have to perform 11 parikramas (circumambulations) around the shrine while making the wish and later perform 108 parikramas once your wish is granted. Therefore, most people follow this age-old ritual in the Chilkur temple. This ritual is also mandatory for visa applicants.
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